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Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp Websites Go Down While Bitcoin Remains Running Non-Stop

Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp Websites Go Down While Bitcoin Remains Running Non-Stop

Facebook has released an official apology after a platform outage occurred earlier this Sunday.

Facebook acquired WhatsApp in 2014 and Instagram in 2012.

Facebook Inc stated that it re-established and restored its services on 14th April Sunday after certain clients couldn't get to use these social media apps and websites, photograph sharing system Instagram along with messaging application WhatsApp. Dean Miller tweeted from NY.

Although Facebook did not provide details on what caused the blackout, a Facebook spokesperson told Reuters: "Earlier today, some people may have experienced trouble connecting to the family of apps". The issue has since been resolved; we're sorry for any inconvenience. "Supposedly Facebook, insta and WhatsApp are all down but couldn't care less about the other 2 just want my WhatsApp lol!"

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This was not the first time that Facebook has come across such problem, the trio last month was also inaccessible for more than 24 hours, at that time he outage has influence major parts of Europe and North America. Facebook said the outage was due to a "server configuration change".

The outage tracking website downdetector.com showed that there are more than 9000 people reporting issues with Facebook.

Facebook will likely issue comments on the outage via its Twitter accounts, but it may be a while before those statements are published.